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I cant seem to get mp3 songs on my phone.

I have the Motorola Razr V3. I bought the converter drive for the microSD card. On my computer the song that i try and put on there says that it is an MP3 file. I copy and paste it on to my micro SD card and then put it back into my phone. I go to music and it says that i have no music on my card. Please help me figure this out.

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If you are in the UK, go to the carphone warehouse. If you are anywhere in America ect, go to any phone shop and ask for Motorola Phone Tools Version 4.0 for your PC. Install the package and upload Via the software program. The package contains a USB lead and the CD for £10 in England. Prices may vary in different countrys.

Posted on Feb 06, 2007

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SOURCE: cant find where to put the micro sd card on my motorola v3

take the back off the phone that covers the battery.....on the left side next to where the sim is inserted you will see a silver clip place the MicroSD card in the slot....:)

Posted on Jan 03, 2008

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